Alivia Kaplan founded Kuleana Consulting, a global consulting company that connects students with businesses across the globe. She is set to earn a bachelor’s degree in economics and strategy from Olin Business School on May 20.
Data scientists from Olin Business School have developed a powerful machine learning tool that can immediately take aim at the country’s decadeslong opioid epidemic.
With the war in Ukraine only seeming to ramp up, instead of down, and Vladimir Putin’s aggression against those who defend the Ukrainian people increases, Liberty Vittert, a data science expert at Olin Business School, said it’s only a matter of time until the U.S. faces a cyber attack. But that begs the question: What constitutes an act of war against the United States?
The McKelvey School of Engineering is launching a cybersecurity leadership certificate program. The first cohort will begin in April.
Cotton fabric is natural, renewable, biodegradable and at least theoretically sustainable. With her patented RECLEM process, WashU fashion associate professor Mary Ruppert-Stroescu hopes to revolutionize how recycled fabrics are processed and used to create new garments.
Olin Business School took the top spot for the third consecutive year in a ranking of master’s in business administration entrepreneurship programs by business education news outlet Poets & Quants. The online publication unveiled the rankings Oct. 25.
Alumnus Sam Fitz wants to help us remember and revere our apple culture, starting with apple cider.
Brenda Asare has raised billions for nonprofits by taking a for-profit approach.
The pandemic spurred an entrepreneurship boom, but do these small businesses have what it takes to survive? Olin Business School’s Glenn MacDonald explains factors to consider in starting and succeeding with a new business.
First-year students discover that entrepreneurship isn’t just a way to make money — it’s also a set of tools that anyone can use to improve the world around them.